[cfe-dev] alternate clang driver
csdavec at swan.ac.uk
Thu Oct 20 10:51:57 PDT 2011
Can you tell us a little bit more about what makes this different? I use clang for cross-compiling for ARM, and invoking clang as arm-none-linux-gnueabi-clang, or as clang -ccc-host-triple arm-none-linux-gnueabi enables it to find all of the other bits of the toolchain fine - I'm using it as an almost drop-in replacement for gcc in the WebOS PDK, which shipped with gcc. The only difficulty it had was finding the various tools, since the Linux toolchain stuff ignores -B, but this was solved with a few symlinks into the sysroot...
On 20 Oct 2011, at 18:04, Reed Kotler wrote:
> We have developed an alternate clang driver and placed it as open source
> in google code.
> Most people are using cross compilers for MIPS. We needed something
> different than what the clang driver provides us at this time.
> This driver behaves enough like gcc cross drivers for us to run make
> files and other things meant for gcc right out of the box. We have for
> example run dejagnu gcc using it with no problems.
> It's still in development but it works very well for us right now.
> I intended to put more documentation for it before announcing it but our
> schedules are overloaded now and I can't assign anyone to do that for
> the next 2 months so I decided to just announce it now.
> We can put resources into bug fixing and extensions but we already know
> how it works so it's not essential for us to do more docs at this time. :)
> It's a simple program and written in python and I think it's pretty easy
> to understand from just looking at the code.
> We welcome other people to help make it work better for more platforms
> than just MIPS.
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